unhitched

Unhitched vs Unhitches - What's the difference?

unhitched | unhitches |


As verbs the difference between unhitched and unhitches

is that unhitched is (unhitch) while unhitches is (unhitch).

As an adjective unhitched

is unattached.

Unhitched vs Unhatched - What's the difference?

unhitched | unhatched |


As adjectives the difference between unhitched and unhatched

is that unhitched is unattached while unhatched is not yet hatched.

As a verb unhitched

is (unhitch).

Taxonomy vs Unhitched - What's the difference?

taxonomy | unhitched |


As a noun taxonomy

is the science or the technique used to make a classification.

As a verb unhitched is

(unhitch).

As an adjective unhitched is

unattached.

Single vs Unhitched - What's the difference?

single | unhitched |


As adjectives the difference between single and unhitched

is that single is not accompanied by anything else; one in number while unhitched is unattached.

As verbs the difference between single and unhitched

is that single is to identify or select one member of a group from the others; generally used with out, either to single out' or to '''single''' (something) ' out while unhitched is (unhitch).

As a noun single

is a 45 rpm vinyl record with one song on side a and one on side b.

Unhitched vs Hitch - What's the difference?

unhitched | hitch | Derived terms |

Unhitched is a derived term of hitch.


As verbs the difference between unhitched and hitch

is that unhitched is (unhitch) while hitch is to pull with a jerk.

As a adjective unhitched

is unattached.

As a noun hitch is

a sudden pull.

What is the difference between unhitched and unmarried?

unhitched | unmarried | Synonyms |

Unhitched is a synonym of unmarried.


As adjectives the difference between unhitched and unmarried

is that unhitched is unattached while unmarried is having no husband or wife.

As a verb unhitched

is (unhitch).

As a noun unmarried is

an unmarried person.

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